The World Justice Project is delighted to announce today—on International Women’s Day— that one World Justice Challenge 2021 prize will honor the legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an inspiration to changemakers the world over.

The WJP's first-ever Ruth Bader Ginsburg Legacy Prize will go to the Challenge finalist project that best exemplifies the fight against inequality and gender-based discrimination.

The Ruth Bader Ginsburg Legacy Prize honors former U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg's lifelong work in service to the causes of justice, equality, and the rule of law, and in recognition of her tremendous inspiration to WJP's mission and work. Justice Ginsburg served as an Honorary Chair of the World Justice Project from its founding and attended three of its global World Justice Forums, including keynote talks in 2013 and 2017.

 

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Video: The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsburg in conversation with Elizabeth Magill, former dean of Stanford Law School, at the 2017 World Justice Forum.

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On April 6, the WJP convened a World Justice Challenge Finalists Regional Showcase for Asia and the Pacific, featuring an assessment of the efforts underway in the region to "build back better" from the challenges posed by COVID-19. The following provides a summary of key takeaways and insights from finalist projects shared at the event.

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On March 31, the WJP convened a World Justice Challenge Finalists Regional Showcase for Africa and the Middle East, featuring an assessment of the efforts underway in the region to "build back better" from the challenges posed by COVID-19. The following provides a summary of key takeaways and insights from finalist projects shared at the event.

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